Silence - Shawn Bailey If you assume guardianship of a young adult, are you allowed to fall in love with him?

When Brett's brother dies suddenly, Andrew becomes his guardian. Brett is deaf, and although he's 19, he needs some minor assistance and can't live on his own. As they spend time together, they both begin to fall in love but aren't sure how to pursue it.

Andrew and Brett had a very hard time sharing their emotions and rarely had any deep discussions with each other. Although they both cared for each other, they were both seeing other people. They were both a bit immature and tended to get angry easily.

Unfortunately, the emotional connection was missing from the story for me. Although the plot had a lot of potential, the writing style lacked the necessary flow. The author did a good job sharing some of the experiences a deaf person must deal with on a regular basis.

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